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Kahuku football players signed letters of intent today in the first day that high school seniors are allowed to commit to NCAA teams. The players, from left to right, and the schools they plan to attend, are Joseph Spurrier, St. Mary's College; Sioape Lautaha, West Virginia State; Aaron Francisco, Brigham Young University; Chris Kemoe'atu, University of Utah; Raymond Manumaleuna, University of Utah; Semisi Kivai, University of Utah; and Saia Hafoka, BYU, See story.

Updated at 3:11 p.m., February 7, 2001
High school seniors sign football contracts; UH attracting top recruit
Hawai'i football standouts wasted little time in signing national letters of intent today, the first day high school seniors are permitted to make binding NCAA commitments. And the University of Hawai'i filled out its recruits roster. Among those said to have signed letters of intent is College of the Canyons standout Isaak Sopoaga.

UH football team fills its need for speed
On the last shopping day, the Hawai'i football program filled one last request, securing a commitment from a speedy high school cornerback from Leavenworth, Wash.
Chart of Warrior football recruits
Top football prospects can't escape recruiters, or Internet

Live chat with UH coaches will have continuous coverage of the NCAA's letter of intent day today. We will have pictures of high school football players signing letters of intent, updates of University of Hawai'i signings and, starting at 7 p.m., a live chat with UH coaches to discuss recruiting. Register for our live chat, then return tonight for our coaches' conversation moderated by Advertiser sports writer Stephen Tsai.

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Fifth-ranked Crusaders roll over Monarchs, 67-43
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